Scott Stevens

By Scott Stevens

LifeBuzz Staff

Reenactments Of 10 Famous Photos You Missed On The Simpsons.

The Simpson’s have been on the air for nearly thirty years. That in itself is completely amazing. Over the years the show has covered every topic from current events to world history. While doing so they have taken some of the most iconic photos of all time and recreated them during episodes of the show. They normally do it very respectfully and funny and a lot of times the entire episode is based loosely around the topic.

Here are several times that it happened on the show but there are so many there just isn’t enough room to cover them all. South Park did an episode one time called “Simpson’s already did it” and it goes through a bunch of times the long running show recreated famous photographs. You can easily find it online to see many other instances other than what you will see here today.

The great part about what the show does is it can take a picture that was taken during a sad time and turn it into something funny while being respectful at the same time. It takes a very delicate balance to be able to accomplish that and The Simpson’s have done a great job with it.

Nick and Bobbi Ercoline at the original Woodstock

This is one of the many iconic photographs that came from the original Woodstock event.

Nick and Bobbi Ercoline at the original Woodstock

The Woodstock recreation

During season ten of The Simpson's, Homer became a hippie and recreated the photograph.

The Woodstock recreation

The Hindenburg disaster

The Hindenburg crash is a major part of American history.

The Hindenburg disaster

The Hindenburg recreation

During the episode called "Lisa the Beauty Queen" the Duff Beer Blimp crashed into a radio tower. Broadcaster Kent Brockman quoted the famous broadcast when he said “Oh, the humanity!

The Hindenburg recreation

Lee Harvey Oswald

The show within the show recreated this historic event. Scratchy is handcuffed and being walked through a crowd of people in the reenactment. Itchy emerges from the crowd and shoots him. Just as was heard on the original real broadcast, someone screams "Oh God, get his gun!"

Lee Harvey Oswald

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